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Good morning, Washington! Here's what we're reading around the Web this AM.

Photo—a finalist in this month's Washingtonian.com photo contest—by Darwin Tiu 

Violent crime rocked Friendship Heights this weekend. 68-year-old psychiatrist Michael Spevak and his 67-year-old wife Virginia were found dead in their home on Saturday night. Police are combing the home and area for clues. The couple's car, a 2005 Toyota Scion, is missing. 

International sex-trafficking organization Fair Fund brings an anti-prostitution message to six DC public schools. 

DC Metrocentric reports on the grand reopening of the American History Museum. He loves the brand-new, five-story atrium.

Metrocurean has the skinny on fresh noodles from the Dupont farmers' market. The pictures alone make our mouths water. Mmmmm…

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